“By the way, if anyone here is in advertising or marketing, kill yourself.”

— Bill Hicks, Share via Whatsapp

“During the 1980s, a remote viewing project called Stargate was done at Fort Meade. It used binaural beat tones, transmitted through earphones, that altered brain waves. A hemi-sync that device played two different frequencies into each ear was found to produce altered states of consciousness. Perhaps this technology was derived from these experiments done in the 1960s on MKULTRA subjects.”

— Alison Miller, Healing the Unimaginable: Treating Ritual Abuse and Mind Control, Share via Whatsapp

“My dad finished chewing something and then put his fork down and looked at me. The longer I do my job, he said. the more I realize that humans lack good mirrors. It s so hard for anyone to show us how we look, and so hard for us to show anyone how we feel. That is really lovely, my mom said. I liked that they liked each other. But isn t it also that on some fundamental level we find it difficult to understand that other people are human beings in the same way that we are? We idealize them as gods or dismiss them as animals. True. Consciousness makes for poor windows, too. I don t think I d ever thought about it quite that way.”

— John Green, Paper Towns, Share via Whatsapp

“To a realized master, death and rebirth is in every breath. Death is that of body consciousness, ego and limits of the mind. Rebirth is that of the cosmic mind of being the Spirit. In this realization is liberation. When awake as liberated, each prayer and each moment of meditation is for humanity as there is no more individual ego or identity left. Such realized masters continually gift humanity with the grace of higher consciousness- so that each of us attain our fullest potential in goodness.”

— Nandhi Tapasyogi, Mastery of Consciousness: Awaken the Inner Prophet: Liberate Yourself with Yogic Wisdom., Share via Whatsapp

“Scientists are in the strange position of being confronted daily by the indisputable fact of their own consciousness, yet with no way of explaining it.”

— Christian de Quincey, Share via Whatsapp

“When you discover the difference between consciousness and the brain, you will discover yourself.”

— Jenna Alatari, Share via Whatsapp

“When you look in the mirror, what do you see? Do you see the real you, or what you have been conditioned to believe is you? The two are so, so different. One is an infinite consciousness capable of being and creating whatever it chooses, the other is an illusion imprisoned by its own perceived and programmed limitations.”

— David Icke, Share via Whatsapp

“What do you mean by ‘Divine Consciousness’? It is achieving the knowledge of oneness, i.e., to know that outside we are many but inside all are one. ‘Vedanta’ mentioned about ‘oneness’, but could not say what is oneness. When I am saying that I am a living being all your Vedanta’s, scriptures and traditional religions become extinct.”

— Sri Jibankrishna or Diamond, Share via Whatsapp

“The only differences between a cult and a religion are the numbers of adherents and the degree to which they are marginalized by the rest of society.”

— Sam Harris, Waking Up: A Guide to Spirituality Without Religion, Share via Whatsapp

“Everything in the universe is nothing but consciousness. Which makes us all ONE!”

— Abhishek Kumar, Stardust Family - We Are One!, Share via Whatsapp

“We are only chance visitants to this jungle of blind mutations. The natural world existed when we did not, and it will continue to exist long after we are gone. The supernatural crept into life only when the door of consciousness was opened in our heads. The moment we stepped through that door, we walked out on nature. Say what we will about it and deny it till we die--we are blighted by our knowing what is too much to know and too secret to tell one another if we are to stride along our streets, work at our jobs, and sleep in our beds. It is the knowledge of a race of beings that is only passing through this shoddy cosmos.”

— Thomas Ligotti, The Conspiracy Against the Human Race, Share via Whatsapp

“Consciousness is the awareness that emerges out of the dialectical tension between possibilities and limitations.”

— Rollo May, The Courage to Create, Share via Whatsapp

“Evolution Idea Perspective Word Breaks into our code Per-mutating atoms Of our evolutionary Self-s Our sensory navigating device Accepts or rejects the impulse Creating realities of our choice A natural drift takes us from an amoeba to a human A very determined choice takes us further Allowing us To squeeze our way through To awake-n To God and his gift of Aware-ness”

— Natasa Pantovic Nuit, Art of 4 Elements, Share via Whatsapp

“Whether we have happiness or not depends on the seeds in our consciousness. If our seeds of compassion, understanding, and love are strong, those qualities will be able to manifest in us. If the seeds of anger, hostility and sadness in us are strong, then we will experience much suffering. To understand someone, we have to be aware of the quality of the seeds in his consciousness. And we need to remember that his is not solely responsible for those seeds. His ancestors, parents, and society are co-responsible for the quality of the seeds in his consciousness. When we understand this, we are able to feel compassion for that person. With understanding and love, we will know how to water our own beautiful seeds and those of others, and we will recognize seeds of suffering and find ways to transform them.”

— Thích Nhất Hạnh, Your True Home: The Everyday Wisdom of Thich Nhat Hanh: 365 days of practical, powerful teachings from the beloved Zen teacher, Share via Whatsapp

“The alchemy of life is to turn coins into cents, by making sense of change.”

— Jennifer Sodini, Share via Whatsapp

“Briefly summarising, we can express the proposed law thus: consciousness is bound up with learning in organic substance; organic competence is unconscious. Still more briefly, and put in a form which is admittedly rather obscure and open to misunderstanding: Becoming is conscious, being unconscious.”

— Erwin Schrödinger, My View of the World, Share via Whatsapp

“The revolutionary woman knows the world she seeks to overthrow is precisely one in which love between equal human beings is well nigh impossible. We are still part of the ironical working-out of this, our own cruel contradiction. One of the most compelling facts which can unite women and make us act is the overwhelming indignity or bitter hurt of being regarded as simply ‘the other’, ‘an object’, ‘commodity’, ‘thing’. We act directly from a consciousness of the impossibility of loving or being loved without distortion. But we must still demand now the preconditions of what is impossible at the moment. It is a most disturbing dialectic, our praxis of pain.”

— Sheila Rowbotham, Share via Whatsapp